National Geographic : 1941 Apr
Rhodes, and Italy's Aegean Islands 467 Shy Castelrosso Women Giggle When Surprised by a Camera Before the war, Italy's most eastern island was a fueling stop on the French air route to the Orient; recently it became a radio listening post. It lies within swimming distance (about a mile) of Anatolia (page 451). Photographs from Governo delle Isole Egee "Sons of the Wolf" in Rhodes Take Their Role Seriously They wear the Mussolini "M" and a metal cap-badge of Rome's mother wolf, suckling Romulus and Remus. The boys are trained to be members of the Fascist Party when they grow up.